Courses provided for the undergraduate students are designed to maintain proficiency of all aspects of mathematical knowledge and skills required for a mathematics student to graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree. In regard to taking courses by undergraduate students at the Department, a special feature is that they are encouraged to take the graduate courses offered by the institutes, especially during their last year, Currently the undergraduate courses include Calculus (I), Calculus (II), Advanced Calculus (I), Advanced Calculus (II), Set Theory, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations, Probability Theory, Algebra (I), Algebra (II), Point Set Topology, Geometry, Function of Complex Variables (I), Function of Complex Variables (II), Introduction to Numerical Linear Algebra, Differential Equation Numerical Methods, Mathematical History, Elementary Number Theory, Statistical Science, Statistical Methods, Introduction to Operational Research (I), Introduction to Operational Research (II).
